the second instalment on the flow sublabel is brought to us by our very own yasahi. an ep release in one piece, in this case, comprising 5 tracks (or perhaps "movements" is a better word for it) which flow gently into one another and form a unity. you'd have to listen intently and pay attention to truly notice the transitions.
the first and last parts are (how logically) entitled "departure" and "return". in between them is a 17-minute long journey through the yasahi universe. breaking rhythms, remarkable sounds, fuzzy strings, and even some shreds of industrial noise and a pure electro (!) movement make this trip worth every second it takes.
have at, and enjoy.
This is a mixed EP. A proper .cue file is included. The individual tracks are as follows:
00:00 - 03:23: "Departure"
03:23 - 07:33: "Too Much To See"
07:33 - 10:40: "Too Little To Feel"
10:40 - 14:25: "TannhÃ¤user Gate"
14:25 - 17:35: "Return"
November 24, 2006 Subject:
Yeah I really like it. It`s a real pleasure to listen to it in background while surfing the web!
Maybe you`ll like my stuff too!
November 23, 2006 Subject:
Who Yasahi is exactly I do not know but the path that lead me here was a video documentary on Youtube about World of Warcraft; a game I'm not particularly familiar with in the intimate sense. At any rate, the melody is subdue and bring about a very surreal/ethereal sense of placement within the physical realm. Put another way, it's very effective in transplanting ones mind and soul onto an entirely new plain. Want to kick it up another notch, listen to it in total isolation; t will amplify it so much more.
Great work to Yasahi and to the author who put it together. Keep inspired works like these free to the people!
July 23, 2006 Subject:
what a nice surprise
all is cool until the beats kick in and then it gets even cooler! great sounds and good mastering, maybe not the most original ambient/breakbeat material i've ever heard but damn this is good!
i've never heard of Yasahi before but sure thing i'll check out all his material
July 19, 2006 Subject:
Embodies all that is sweet and sour.
I am a big fan of trance, ambient, house, and electronica in general. Although this is my first review on archive.org. I enjoyed this set of songs to the full extent. I can't wait to burn it to disc and listen to it while i drive.